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Hundreds get a taste of Family Hawkers Market

BALLARAT’SMining Exchange could have been mistaken for a Melbourne market on Friday night.
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Hundreds of people flocked to The Courier’s Good Food Ballarat Family Hawkers Market at the Mining Exchange from 5pm.

Sovereign Hill’s Bree Milgate at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange. Picture: Lachlan Bence

Crowds swelled outsidethe Lydiard Street venue, with people queuedfrom as far as Mair Street to get inside.

Japanese, Mexican, Asian and Italian cuisines were served by about 15 Ballarat food providers.

Freight Bar, Fu Man Lou, The Forge, Mitchell Harris Wine Bar, Le Peche Gourmand, Ballarat Specialist School, Eclectic Tastes, Chat for Tea, Grounded Pleasures, The George Hotel, Ballarat Steakhouse, Ashai, O’Brien Beer, Rebellion Brewery, Kittelty’s and Sovereign Hill each had a stall.

Queues quickly formed around dumpling house Fu Man Lou and Freight Bar early in the evening.

The Forge Pizzeria and Ballarat Steakhouse drew crowds to the outside courtyard of the Mining Exchange.

Hundreds get a taste of Family Hawkers Market Jacques the french waiter at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

Donna and Rory Purdie at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

Christopher, Jessica, aged two and Montaha Golding at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

Ballarat Specialist School Farm Bakery Cafe manager Liz Wheeler at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

Oscar Lamont, 4, and Sophia Lamont, 6, at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

Jock Kaye, aged one, and Jack Kaye at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

Elias Hoad, aged six, at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

Marty Stewart and Emily Sharp at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

Crowds swell inside the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

Sovereign Hill’s Bree Milgate at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

Ballarat Steakhouse’s Sally Bishop at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

The Forge Pizzeria’s Oliver Walker- Corbet at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

Robyn and Geoff Hudson at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

Kristyn Dombrain, Menna McAlpin and Arian Lane at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

Evie Anderson and Rhiannon Simpson at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

Grace Geljon, 12, at the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

People queing outside the Family Hawkers Market at The Mining Exchange.

TweetFacebookThe Courier’s director of publishing and sales, Jade Morrison, thanked the food providers and the community for their support.

“We are overwhelmed by the support of the Ballarat community during the first year of the event,” she said.

“We will conduct an analysis of this year’s operation to make sure the next is bigger and better.”

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